OCUFA at the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities

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The Congress of Social Sciences and Humanities is Canada’s largest gathering of scholars, with more than 70 scholarly associations meeting under one umbrella event. Not surprisingly, it’s a place where university issues are raised, explored, and debated. As in past years, OCUFA was pleased to be able to attend the 85th Congress at the University of Calgary.

Academic Matters editor and OCUFA communications director Graeme Stewart was “our man in Calgary” for this year’s event. While the Canadian Society for Studies in Higher Education (CSSHE) always has relevant and interesting sessions, a variety of other associations also looked at higher ed issues like the Association for Canadian College and University Teachers of English (ACCUTE), the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) and the Canadian Association for the Study of Indigenous Education (CASIE).
If you weren’t able to make Congress this year, you can check out Graeme’s blog posts:

Next year’s Congress will be at Ryerson University, and OCUFA is planning to be there.

 

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